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Boys Hockey Grabs Lopsided Win in Appleton

By Chuck Delsman

[ January 19, 2020 ] Arrowhead's state-ranked boys hockey team continued to roll last Saturday as they whipped host Appleton United in a non-conference game, 9-0.

The win moved the team's record to a history best 14-0-1 to open the season.

After taking a 1-0 lead after the first period, the Warhawks blew the game open by scoring four goals in each of the final two periods.

Will Bonk had a monster game for the winners, finishing with three goals and three assists.

Trenton Skaggs also came up big, scoring twice and adding three assists. Nick Catalano added two goals and an assist and Casey Sodolski and Nick Vondrak had one goal apiece.

Zach Wolverton had two assists for AHS and TJ Haas and Tanner Schutt had one each.

Goalie Davis Nunnally saved all 17 shots he faced. Arrowhead had 32 shots on goal.

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Coach Valimont notches 250th career win

By Jeff Rochon

[ December 12, 2019 ] The Warhawks are off to a hot start at 5-0-1, and with a 7-0 win over Cedarburg tonight Coach Valimont moves into a select coaching circle with his 250th career high school win.

This is Carl's 16th season as the Varsity Head Coach at Arrowhead and he has enjoyed coaching kids in the Milwaukee area at all levels following an 11-year pro career that ended in 1998. During his tenure the Warhawks have posted an overall record of 250-95-17 (0.714) and have outscored opponents a whopping 1570 to 675 (+895).





Arrowhead Captures Admirals Cup

By The Milwaukee Admirals

[ November 29, 2019 ] Senior forward Nick Catalano scored with 55.1 seconds left in overtime to give Arrowhead a come-from-behind 4-3 victory in the Championship Game of the Admirals Cup, presented by Pepsi, at Panther Arena.

The game went into overtime after a furious final two minutes of regulation that saw Arrowhead's Carson Heitman give them a 3-2 lead on the power-play with just 1:23 left in regulation. However, the Warhawks took an untimely tripping penalty with 50 seconds to play and Marquette pulled their goalie and wasted little time on a 6-on-4 power-play to knot the game off the stick of junior forward Jacob Slater. Full Article